EMF dangers

I appeal to you to allow your readers to see the following, which is the unvarnished truth about today’s ubiquitous radiation.

I appeal to you to allow your readers to see the following, which is the unvarnished truth about today’s ubiquitous radiation.

Since May 11, at least 206 world-class scientists and cancer specialists from 40 countries have signed the International EMF Scientist Appeal, addressed to His Excellency Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, Honorable Dr. Margaret Chan, Director-General of the World Health Organization and to U.N. Member States appealing to them to protect humans and all wild life against non-ionizing electromagnetic field (EMF) exposure from wireless technology.

These devices include, but are not limited to, radio frequency radiation (RFR) emitting devices, such as cellular and cordless phones and their base stations, Wi-Fi, broadcast antennas, smart meters and baby monitors as well as electric devices and infra-structures used in the delivery of electricity that generate extremely-low frequency electromagnetic field (ELF EMF). Collectively, these scientists have published about 2,000 peer-reviewed scientific papers on non-ionizing EMF and biology or health.

The International EMF Scientist Appeal (emfscientist.org) has generated more than 48 news stories in 26 nations written in 21 different languages attesting to the global reach of this petition. Surely now Canadian mainstream media will have the guts to print/air the truth about what is happening to all of us today! No one can escape microwave radiation. Walls don’t protect us. Shame on the media for allowing this tragedy to happen.

Canadian politicians, at all levels, have been thoroughly duped, misled and misinformed by both Health Canada and Industry Canada and by the wireless/telecom/electric power industries, all of whom continue to tell us that  wireless radio devices are safe. Microwave radiation is dangerous, even in microwave ovens, which originally were sold as radar ranges. Militaries of the world have known of the dangers of radar since the 1950s if not before.

James G. FlynnBowser

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